DelFest Announces Additional Artists for 14th Annual Festival

Today, DelFest Organizers announced additions to this year’s lineup including Tyler Childers with the Travelin’ McCourys, Robert Earl Keen, the Jerry Douglas Band, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen and the Price Sisters. 2019 festival favorite Tyler Childers will have the Travelin’ McCourys as his backing band, a truly unique musical moment at DelFest. This will be REK’s first and last performance at DelFest, as he announced earlier this year that 2022 would be his final tour.

The 4-day passes will increase in price on Monday, February 21 at midnight EST, so fans who haven’t purchased yet should do so soon to take advantage of the early bird discounts. The 3-day and 2-day passes will go on sale on Tuesday, February 22.

And a note to all DelFest fans, the Del McCoury Band is gearing up to release a new album Almost Proud on February 18th (tomorrow). Garden & Gun Magazine has a first listen to the album available to stream now, coupled with an interview about never having a setlist, facing Bill Monroe’s band, and more.

Glamping packages and on-site parking are also on sale.

In addition to the traditional sets of these world-class artists, attendees can once again expect to see unique collaborations, special guest sit-ins, various tributes to Del McCoury and his musical legacy, and intimate appearances. of the aforementioned artists. artists. Delfest will, as usual, be immediately preceded by the 3-day DelFest Academy hosted by The Travelin’ McCourys and other star players.

Located along the Potomac River in the scenic Appalachian Mountains, and personally chosen by Del, the Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD (2.5 hours from Baltimore and DC) is the perfect place to DelFest. The exhibition center is conveniently located near four major airports and is easily accessible by train or road. The town of Cumberland, MD is a welcoming host offering several hotel options, a charming downtown area, and great amenities that include biking, fishing, and kayaking, as well as a steam train and museum, and interesting dining options. Come for the music and maybe stay an extra day to explore the area’s offerings suitable for music lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

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